Saturday, March 26, 2011

THIRD STAR - Some are saying...N2/N6 replacement for VADM Dorsett

Commander, Navy Cyber Forces 
Rear Admiral Thomas P. Meek assumed command of Navy Cyber Forces in May 2010.

A native of Michigan, RADM Meek graduated from the University of Michigan in 1979, completed graduate school at Michigan State University in 1981, and was commissioned through Aviation Officer Candidate School in 1982.  He is a 1995 graduate of both the Naval War College and the Joint Forces Staff College.

RADM Meek’s sea duty assignments include Attack Squadron 165; Commander, U.S. Sixth Fleet staff and USS Harry S. Truman (CVN-75).  

Shore duty assignments include Fleet Ocean Surveillance Information Facility, WESTPAC in Japan; CTG 168.0, an overt human intelligence collection organization in Washington DC; intelligence detailer and placement officer at the Bureau of Naval Personnel; Attaché assignments in Germany and Albania; Deputy Director of Intelligence at U.S Atlantic Fleet/Fleet Forces Command; Assistant Chief of Staff for Intelligence at U.S. Naval Forces Central Command/Commander, U.S. Fifth Fleet; Executive Assistant to the Director of Naval Intelligence; and Deputy Chief of Staff/Director for Intelligence at U.S. Pacific Fleet.

Previous flag assignments include Deputy Director for Customer Relationships at the National Security Agency in Fort Meade, Md.; Senior Intelligence Officer at U.S. Southern Command in Miami, Fla.; and Director of the National Maritime Intelligence Center in Washington DC.

RADM Meek is the recipient of various individual, campaign and unit awards, including three Defense Superior Service Medals, two awards of the Legion of Merit, and the National Intelligence Reform Medal.


Anonymous said...

Those who know aren't saying and those who don't know are speculating.

Anonymous said...

I've heard the next N2/N6 will be a URL and RADM Rogers will get a third star and be the nxt C10F....that's the RUMINT on the waterfrnt in Norfolk at least...

VR, an O4 1810

Anonymous said...

Numbered fleet? For a restricted line officer? Not sure if the Navy is ready for that.